Consumers Energy is spending more than $150 million to update and expand its natural gas system in Michigan.
Lawmakers are discussing a couple of plans to collect new revenue to fix Michigan’s rotten roads, but nothing has been formally introduced.
Gov. Snyder’s administration and Republican lawmakers have signed an agreement setting the stage for approval of Michigan’s budget.
GM says a pattern of incompetence and neglect, not a larger conspiracy, is to blame for a delayed recall of defective ignition switches.
Police in west and northwest Michigan are looking for two men who have stolen perhaps thousands of dollars in change from coin machines.
It has been an unexpectedly busy and unusually bipartisan session in Lansing.
Michigan lawmakers are hoping to enact criminal penalties on people who get “revenge” by posting sexually explicit images on the Internet.
A multinational drugmaker is paying $105 million to settle complaints that the company unlawfully marketed three drugs.
A Detroit-area man driving back to Michigan from Arizona failed to report a woman with him had died and completed the trip with her corpse.
A Saginaw family is being besieged by tens of thousands of bees living in a maple tree at their home.
A proposed law making its way through the legislature would provide at least $60,000 for every year someone was wrongfully imprisoned.
Large, inflatable bounce houses are a common sight at summer parties — but parents have reason for concern after two recent scary situation…
A 60-pound runaway tortoise is back home in Michigan after disappearing for several days and making it about a half-mile during that time.
The state Supreme Court says former Gov. Jennifer Granholm had no right to revoke her commutation for a man serving life without parole.
Gov. Rick Snyder has announced new initiatives he says will improve services for Michigan seniors.
The Republican-led Michigan Senate has adjourned without voting on whether to more than double the state’s gasoline tax to improve roads.